Antifa, which is short for anti-fascist, has been around for years. And for just as long, Americans who cherish their freedom and liberty have suspected that Antifa was actually an organization with leaders.
These theories have been going around for years, but there has never been sufficient proof to show that Antifa is indeed an organized group.
That is, until now.
It turns out that the theories were not unfounded after all. Proof has come out that Antifa is indeed organized and acting as a group.
According to an email written by the then-acting Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis Brian Murphy in July, the violence in Portland was not “opportunistic”, but rather “organized”.
The email was leaked to CBS News reporter Catherine Herridge, who then posted the document on Twitter.
Andy Ngo is the editor-at-large of The Post Millennial. He has tracked Antifa for years, and was beaten by Antifa thugs in the past.
He wrote, “The email explains that Antifa is organized and runs contrary to reports in the mainstream media that Antifa was not responsible for anti-police violence, but an impromptu movement spurred on by anti-fascist sentiments held by most of the American public.”
“Murphy urged for an immediate change of definitions for the violent activity in Portland following a review of the individuals arrested by federal authorities, as well as intelligence surrounding their affiliations and activities,” he added.
It turns out that the acts of violence that have been disguised as “peaceful protests” by the media are actually organized crimes, executed with the aim to bring about certain political outcomes.
They’re using violence to let their message be heard — and that’s more correctly known as “terrorism”.
According to the Department of Justice, “In the United States, terrorism is defined as consisting of activities that involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State, intended to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; influence the policy of a government by intimidation; or…affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping.”
We all know that their aim is to defund the police, but is their method of bringing that change the right one? We all want a police reform to rule out the unlawful law enforcement agents, but there are other ways to achieve that. Violence only shows that we do need the police — the opposite of what they want.
In 2016, under Obama’s administration, the DHS and the FBI called the violence done by the Antifa thugs, “domestic terrorism”.
Since then, the president has changed, and we’re soon to elect a new one. But what has changed for the better?
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